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The needs of asylum-seekers and refugees

12 October 2016

In the face of increasing numbers of refugees arriving in Europe from places such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, the British Psychological Society’s Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Psychology Section held an event to inform and educate psychologists working with this population.

The conference, held in London, explored the unique needs of asylum-seeking people and refugees, and the best ways to work with interpreters, and gave a real feeling of the true extent of the refugee crisis.

You can find out more about the event and what was discussed there by visiting The Psychologist.

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